Samsung launches W2016 dual-display Android flip phone in China

It has two screens measuring 3.9-inches, one of which is on its inside and another on its front, and each Super AMOLED display has a resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels.

Rumours that a Samsung high-end flip smartphone will be launched in 2016 are getting stronger as leaks from TENAA, China's state telecommunications certification authority, have been reported in various high tech websites. These include recent flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, Sony Xperia Z5, Sony Xperia Z5 Compact, LG G4 and HTC One M9. SamMobile had also earlier claimed that the Galaxy S7 might include a microSD card slot as Samsung has finally figured a way to allow UFS 2.0 memory to work together with a microSD card without issues.

With regards to the Android operating system it will come out with, the word out from is that it will come with an Android 5.1.1. The handset further supports 4G connectivity, dual-SIM, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, GLONASS, and microUSB. Samsung Gear VR is now available for $99, which is a budget price for such ground breaking technology.

With that of course we are talking about folks who simply want a device with the most basic features like calls, text and perhaps browsing among others with the cameras and the rest coming in secondary.

A 2000mAh battery completes the package. The official spec sheet suggests that the W2016 mobile phone supports fast-charging that could provide to 50% charge in merely 30 minutes. Samsung is likely to release the phone in other South Asian markets as well as there is an increasing demand for flip phones the production of which was done with advent of Touchscreen based phones. 1 mm and weighs 204 grams. In retrospect, this was probably done to take a second swing at customers who were unable to pick up an S6 edge earlier in the year, due to Samsung's admitted miscalculation in gauging proportional demand for the two S6 flavors.



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